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The Blue Jays lost catcher Brian Jeroloman and right-hander Cole Kimball on waivers Friday afternoon.

An Ode To The Jeroloman

The Blue Jays made a series of roster moves Friday.  First, the club lost catcher Brian Jeroloman on waivers to Pittsburgh and also lost recent waiver claim, right-hander Cole Kimball, back to his original club - the Washington Nationals.  Second, the team picked up right-hander Drew Carpenter on waivers from San Diego. Third, the team added catcher Travis d'Arnaud, first baseman...

Jays Nab Nats Kimball, Provide Peek Of New Uniforms

The Blue Jays have claimed right-handed reliever Cole Kimball on waivers from the Washington Nationals.  The 26 year-old made his major league debut with Washington this season but tore the labrum of his shoulder in July.Cole Kimball posted an ERA of 1.93 and a WHIP of 1.357 in 14 innings with the Nationals in 2011. Cole Kimball was drafted by Washington in the 12th round of the...

Bucs claim catcher Jeroloman, righty Hefner

The Pirates claimed catcher Brian Jeroloman and righty Jeremy Hefner off waivers Friday and outrighted catcher Matt Pagnozzi to bring their 40-man roster to 36 ahead of the midnight ET deadline to set rosters.

Pirates claim Hefner and Jeroloman off waivers

The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced that they have claimed right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hefner and catcher Brian Jeroloman off waivers from the San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays respectively. Image by Navin75 under the Creative Commons License.

Pirates shake up roster in advance of Rule 5 Draft

The Pirates waited until pretty late last night to announce all of the roster moves they made in advance of the Rule 5 Draft, but the news finally did get out. They started early in the day by claiming Brian Jeroloman and Jeremy Hefner off of waivers and outrighting Matt Pagnozzi to the minors. Jeroloman, from the Blue Jays system, doesn't appear to hit much, but he's got...

The Truth About Waiver Claims

Among the moves made by the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday, the team made two waiver claims, selecting right handed pitcher Jeremy Hefner off of waivers from the San Diego Padres, and taking catcher Brian Jeroloman off of waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays.  In almost every case of a waiver claim, the reception from the Pirates fan base is apathetic, although that apathy can also...

Pirates claim two off waivers

The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced they have claimed right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hefner off waivers from the San Diego Padres and catcher Brian Jeroloman off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays. The Pirates have also outrighted catcher Matt Pagnozzi to Triple-A Indianapolis.

Pirates claim Hefner, Jeroloman on waivers; outright Pagnozzi

The Pirates claimed right-hander Jeremy Hefner and catcher Brian Jeroloman off waivers Friday and sent catcher Matt Pagnozzi outright to Class AAA Indianapolis.

Nats lose Kimball to Toronto, outright Brown

The Nationals made a pair of minor moves on Wednesday, losing right-handed reliever Cole Kimball -- who had been placed on waivers -- to the Blue Jays and outrighting outfielder Corey Brown to Triple-A Syracuse.

Pirates claim pitcher, catcher on waivers

The Pirates today made two waiver claims, taking right-hander Jeremy Hefner from the San Diego Padres and catcher Brian Jeroloman from the Toronto Blue Jays. Catcher Tom Pagnozzi, who was claimed off waviers in September, was outrighted to Triple-A Indianapolis.

Okay sure, it's not news. I, like every other Blue Jays fan on the planet, am still swooning over the new unis. I didn't even particularly dislike the last ones (the only ones I ever hated was the hideous T-Bird design) but these come very near to perfection. My favorite choice is to use the stripped down logo (as opposed to the one with the baseball behind it) on the cap...
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